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post #13396 of 14957
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Originally Posted by onlyslp View Post
 

The western belt for women is the same as the one for men right?


yes, its the exact same size, i ordered mine from ssense in 85 and its the same length as my 3 passant in 85

post #13397 of 14957
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Originally Posted by therattler View Post
 

womens belts are generally a little bit thinner.


this is true for the 3 passant, not the western

post #13398 of 14957

Alright just ordered the 3 passant belt and the western belt from some tax free sites

I'm excited although my wallet is crying and I blame @Isolar and @kieran84 for pursuading me haha

post #13399 of 14957
@onlyslp I will gladly accept the blame lol. I'm thinking of copping the 3 passant right away too. I can't resist! Enjoy the belts, man!
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^ deffo get the classic 3 passant belt, so fucking nice.

 

people with both - did you size the same? I took 95 in the 3 passant. waist 30 (though I've heard people recommend usually 90 for a 30 waist, seemed a little too tight for me). would want it to overhang a little, with the buckle at the tip bearing the belt down.

 

re. belt colours/matching, i pretty often wear tan suede boots with all black outfits with a black belt, goes nicely. i think as kieran mentioned a while back a matching/different coloured belt divides the top/bottom a little too much.

 

also think a black belt can work nicely with casual outfits:

 

post #13401 of 14957
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Originally Posted by ohyehhh View Post
 

^ deffo get the classic 3 passant belt, so fucking nice.

 

people with both - did you size the same? I took 95 in the 3 passant. waist 30 (though I've heard people recommend usually 90 for a 30 waist, seemed a little too tight for me). would want it to overhang a little, with the buckle at the tip bearing the belt down.

 

re. belt colours/matching, i pretty often wear tan suede boots with all black outfits with a black belt, goes nicely. i think as kieran mentioned a while back a matching/different coloured belt divides the top/bottom a little too much.

 

also think a black belt can work nicely with casual outfits:

 

 

 

 

Yeh I took a 75 in both belts.

post #13402 of 14957

hi guys what is difference between oversize and normal shirts? fit feels the same to me just longer in body and sleeves when i try on oversize but im not sure

post #13403 of 14957

Does anybody have any fit pics of the silver boots?

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has anyone ever had the product tag rip off from their jeans due to wear? i have a black 16cm pair from S/S2013 but cant find the product tag. wash tag is still present tho
post #13405 of 14957
Quote:
Originally Posted by ohyehhh View Post
 

^ deffo get the classic 3 passant belt, so fucking nice.

 

people with both - did you size the same? I took 95 in the 3 passant. waist 30 (though I've heard people recommend usually 90 for a 30 waist, seemed a little too tight for me). would want it to overhang a little, with the buckle at the tip bearing the belt down.

 

re. belt colours/matching, i pretty often wear tan suede boots with all black outfits with a black belt, goes nicely. i think as kieran mentioned a while back a matching/different coloured belt divides the top/bottom a little too much.

 

also think a black belt can work nicely with casual outfits:

 

 

This is the picture I was looking for...black belt light blue jeans and cigar/tan boots

Now that I think about it, I think it works because he's wearing a black leather jacket......Imagine this guy without the flannel and the leather jacket, do you guys think the outfit would still look fine?

I'm thinking that it might be okay because the belt is skinny. But yes a black belt in this outfit would definitely divide top and bottom. However, as long as the proportions are right, I think it would still be fine?

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I'm going to change my opinion and say that I think black belt, blue jeans and tan boots works fine looking at that picture - much better than a matching tan belt would look. The outfit is terribly contrived looking though. 

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^ lol yeah, flannel around the waist is the tipping point for me.

 

i've not had the product tag rip off ever on jeans, the chain has broken on one side a couple of times though

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Yeah, without the flannel, or with the flannel on, I think it would be a much better look. the flannel tied around the waist is approaching Bieber territory for me. While I don't go out of my way to see his pictures, whenever I do, he has a flannel tied around his waist without fail. I remember seeing a video where he stopped a concert mid-song to re-tie his flannel.

I actually think it would still look fine without the jacket. Not only is the belt slim, but presumably the t-shirt would hang over the belt for the most part. I think it's best not to overthink this stuff too much. Wear it with confidence.

@ohyehhh out of curiosity, did you try to fix the chain? I haven't had it happen yet, but I know it would annoy me to no end. I'm a bit OCD with stuff like that though.
Edited by Isolar - 8/17/16 at 4:48am
post #13409 of 14957
Maybe if the outfit also has something black or your hair is close to black or you're wearing leather bracelets. If it is just white t shirt, black belt, light blue jeans, and tan boots then there is that visual clash.
post #13410 of 14957
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Originally Posted by thorns View Post

Maybe if the outfit also has something black or your hair is close to black or you're wearing leather bracelets. If it is just white t shirt, black belt, light blue jeans, and tan boots then there is that visual clash.

I think you can get away with the clash with the SLP aesthetic. Seems a little odd to be wearing distressed leather bikers, ripped jeans, bleached flannel, and then worry if your belt matches perfectly to your boots.
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